By: Eric Han, Editor-in-Chief A month has passed since Dr. Josephine Park’s resignation, but students have yet to adapt to this rather sudden turn of events. “I didn’t know what to feel,” admitted junior Yerim Kim. “I was sad, shocked, worried, and a bit angry at the same time.” Others students also voiced their initial surprise and concern. “None of us knew the reason she … Continue reading Dr. Park’s sudden departure leaves students disoriented
By: Eric Han, Editor-in-Chief The boys varsity soccer team emerged victorious as the undefeated champions of the Tri-Cities Division. In midst of these celebrations, many overlooked the fact that Mr. Wiese, the assistant head coach, has taken his final steps on the soccer pitch. Every year, players come and go; there are those that leave the school of their own volitions, or those that depart … Continue reading Bittersweet season for boys soccer team
By: Eric Han, Editor-in-Chief Year after year, students take the SAT in an attempt to showcase their abilities to colleges and universities of their preference; however, what toll do students pay? Many students agreed that pressure is one of the major downsides brought forth by the SAT, whether that be from a parent or self-induced. “I feel a lot of pressure in that I want … Continue reading Students weigh the worth of the SAT
Editor In Chief, Eric Han Much controversy and frustration surround the school as students, teachers, and even parents struggle to understand the rationale behind several changes that have transpired, ranging from the schedule to the handbook system. The new handbook system is one of the more irritating changes implemented for students; with it came the unfamiliar student discipline cards and hall passes. “I believe that … Continue reading Ambivalent atmosphere surrounds new changes
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